My articles on Google appear without images

#279088
  • Several of my articles are positioned on the first page of Google. Until now, when you looked for one of my entries in the Google search engine, the entry always appeared with the cover image on its right.
    Since I install Rank Math, the articles appear without the cover image, only the text is visible.

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  • Hello,

    Thank you for contacting the support, and sorry for any inconvenience that might have been caused due to that.

    Can you please share the affected URL with us so we can further check it on our end?

    You can share it in the Sensitive Data section.

    Looking forward to helping you with this one.

    Hello,

    I have updated the sensitive data as requested. Can you please check further?

    Thank you.

    Hello,

    We checked your website on mobile SERPs and it’s showing an image like other results we see for the same search term:
    Mobile SERP

    Usually, Google takes the first suitable image it can find on the page to display on mobile SERPs but it doesn’t always display an image and unfortunately, there’s no setting or Schema markup that can influence that.

    Hope this helps clarify your doubts.

    Don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any other questions.

    Sorry to contradict you, but it’s not like this:

    If you look at the image that I have attached to my mobile, no image appears anymore.
    But also, the cover image has always appeared, not a package of dog food.
    In addition, if I go to the content profile in Google images they do not appear, when they always appeared among the first.

    Something has happened with the Rank Math implementation on my website.

    Hello,

    As mentioned before, the Google algorithm will decide whether to show an image or not based on the different search terms amongst other settings.

    We even created a video showing that the search was done just now: https://i.rankmath.com/c1dEQp

    The image shown is taken directly from your page and it’s the first image that Google sees on your page that has the necessary settings to be displayed on mobile SERPs.

    Don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any other questions.

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